You're looking at the PV 6-24x50 P.
The PV-S version has target turrets:
“Swarovski PV-S 6-24x50 P. Specially designed for competition shooting with parallax correction, sun shield, target turrets
, reticle adjustment with extended elevation adjustment range and reticle in the second image plane for precise shooting with low target coverage, even at high magnification. It has, of course, all the other benefits of the P-series.”
I'm must say, that I'm very 'pro' Swarovski -I've got a pair of 10x42 EL Binos-which I reckon to be the best binos in existence- I've also got one of their 3-12x50 scopes (again very good, but rather long)- but, personally, I didn't go for their 6-24 for 3 reasons; I don't like front AO (as opposed to side focus, it's awkward. I don't like target turrets where you have to take of turret caps to make adjustments, they're awkward too! But the main nail in its coffin was the fact that the reticle was only available in the 2nd focal plane -ie the TDS subtensions will only work at one magnification and -as with all 2nd focal plane scopes- zero can wander as you change power setting(unlike almost all their other European scopes that have the reticle in the 1st focal plane!). I got a good deal on a 4-16 S&B PM2 (side focus, sniper turrets, 1st focal plane)and went with that instead.
Hope that helps!